RIPON - The new Romeo Bill – an open enrollment act – with potential serious effects on the Ripon Unified School District drew concerned reactions from trustees at their Monday night meeting.
Link Crew leaders need not be the book worm type.
Sierra High officially welcomed the Class of 2014.
LATHROP - It is the ultimate vote of confidence in the future economic vitality of South San Joaquin County.
LATHROP – The decision about whether up to 10 Lathrop-Manteca Firefighters will be searching for new jobs might not come until the end of the month.
Big League Dreams in terms of direct municipal impacts is a break-even proposition
Manteca Fire has managed to slash $1.6 million in its annual operational expenses without layoffs, reduction in front-line manpower, or station closures.
With the first day of instruction about a week away, the five comprehensive high schools of Manteca Unified are gearing up to welcome the newcomers.
RIPON - Two Ripon High School juniors – a boy and a girl – went before the school board Monday night and questioned the thinking behind the current dress code.
RIPON – Just because school started doesn't mean you have to sacrifice all of the benefits of spending time outside in the summer.
Crystal Downs has a passion for people, a woman who meets her challenges daily, with a zest to make a difference. She has her own ideas about downtown redevelopment, too, manifest in her own recently restored business front.
It's only been a year since Sierra High School grad Devin Tailes left Northern California to chase her dream of musical stardom.
Manteca's next big housing boom could take place in southwest Manteca.
Manteca's first industrial employer wasn't Spreckels Sugar.
RIPON - You don't have to travel far for a peaceful woodland stroll along the river.
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A 42-year-old Manteca man died Saturday night after he crashed his motorcycle into a chain link fence at an estimated 70 to 80 miles per ...
The Lathrop City Council has already reworked the plans to widen Lathrop Road in order to impact as few property owners as possible.
Manteca High has a problem that few other schools - if any - in the 209 region have: Keeping the homeless off campus.
Manteca's ability to support existing development by resorting to just using groundwater is likely to end by the time 2017 rolls around.
A motorist found asleep behind the wheel in the Airport Way intersection to the eastbound 120 Bypass onramp Monday at 4:20 a.m. reacted ...
CenterPoint Properties wants to build a 404,657-square-foot concrete tilt-up industrial warehouse building on 24.75 acres fronting the west side of Airport Way north ...
If you're driving in or around the Stonebridge neighborhood, you better pay attention.
Delta College trustees are on the verge of breaking a promise to allow "more students access to an affordable education" in the Manteca-Lathrop area that ...
MODESTO – The office is driving you crazy, you're on a deadline, and you need a place that you can plug-in and take care of ...
LODI - Kids getting antsy?
As if the case didn't need any more bizarre twists, the Sam Fant election fraud and conspiracy case took an unexpected turn on Monday ...
Thirty-nine percent of the students in Manteca Unified met or exceeded standards in English language arts/literacy in the second year of California Assessment of ...
When it's completed it'll be the first interchange of its kind in the State of California.
It's been five years since East Union High last put on a musical.
What type of business would be a nice fit for Ripon?
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